One-Night-Only Climate Change Exhibit on NYC Skyscraper
On September 26th, Verizon presents Engineers & Artists: Digital Inclusion & Climate Protection, a one-night only exhibition revealing three unique artworks created by NYC artists (Hadi Fallahpisheh, Devin N. Morris and Summer Wheat) in collaboration with engineers. The digital works of art will be projected several-stories high onto Verizon’s iconic 375 Pearl Street building in lower Manhattan during Climate Week NYC. The unmissable art exhibit will shine a spotlight on climate change and the future of education to encourage innovative solutions and inspire climate action. For more information, follow #engineersandartists on @VerizonNews on Twitter or Instagram or visit www.hikercompany.com/verizon.
Best viewing locations:
- Brooklyn Bridge Pedestrian Walkway
- Jane’s Carousel at Brooklyn Bridge Park
- Pebble Beach at Brooklyn Bridge Park
- Alfred E. Smith Houses (at Pearl & Robert Wagner Pl corner)
334 Furman St Map
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